View Full Version : Sun block for baby's head
08-28-2008, 10:17 AM
Hi. I am looking for a recommended sunblock for my 9-month old's head; something that won't sting his eyes if it ran down. I usually have him wear a hat but we were out last weekend and forgot it. I use Water Babies on his body but was afraid to put it on his head in case it ran into his eyes....Any suggestions? Thanks.
08-28-2008, 10:21 PM
A lot of people like the sunblock sticks. It is a little easier to control the application. Coppertone and Banana Boat both make them. Maybe that would help???
09-03-2008, 10:44 AM
We like the Neutrogena Ultra Sheer sunblock. It comes in spf 85. And it absorbs into the skin so they don't rub and get it in their eyes.
I like California Baby. They sell it at Target. Its SPF 30+, water resistant, hypo-allergenic, no tear, uva & uvb protection. No nut oils, gluten, soy, oat or dairy.
Its super thick and hard to get on a wiggly baby but it works like a charm.
10-11-2008, 05:49 PM
My daughter is allergic to just about every sunscreen on the market. I was actually at the ABC Kids show in September and found a sunscreen called Kinesys. I did alot of research on it, it is actually the only sunscreen on the market to provide the protection that it does. It was show cased on the Today Show. Anyways, I tried it, and I did not have any reaction at all with my daughter. It goes on as a mist and you don't have to rub it in. It's sweat proof and water proof so I don't think it should be able to get in your son's eyes. I have found it the cheapest at www.shopexclusivebaby.com.
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